Happy Diwali 2019 Wishes: Twitterati Celebrates Festival of Lights With Shubh Deepawali Greetings and Messages (Check Tweets)
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India is celebrating Badi Diwali today, October 27, 2019. The auspicious festival of lights is one of the significant celebrations for the Hindu communities in our countries. Lakshmi Pujan, Kali Pujo, Diwali parties are all part of the celebration which makes the festival grandest than the rest. By now, your social media feed must be full of Happy Diwali 2019 wishes and various images displaying the way people are celebrating the joyous occasion. Since early morning today, Twitter saw its users magnificently celebrating Diwali. It is because of the craze that Twitterverse has been trending ‘Happy Diwali,’ ‘Shubh Deepawali,’ ‘Diwali 2019,’ Deepawali ki Hardik Shubhkamnaye’ and many more alongside hashtags. If you are oblivious of what is happening online, here we bring how Twitterati is celebrating the festival of lights with Shubh Deepawali greetings and messages. There is an insane number of tweets, and we have only accumulated a few. Happy Diwali And Kali Puja 2019 Images: Sudarsan Pattnaik Creates Goddess Kali Sand Art at Odisha Beach to Extend Festival Greetings. 

Diwali is an auspicious celebration amongst the Hindus. It signifies the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil. The ceremony has many tales, and each corner of the country has its own way to observe Deepawali. However, the prime intention remains the same which the festival so special. Bollywood celebrities, politicians and all famous faces have joined in the festive season. Check out how social media users are celebrating Diwali 2019 with devotional messages and Deepawali greetings. Happy Diwali 2019 Greeting Cards and Wishes: WhatsApp Stickers, Hike GIFs, Images, SMS, Quotes, Facebook Photos and Status to Send Shubh Deepavali Messages. 

Celebrations in Malaysia:

LOL, Say No to Crackers!

Happy Diwali:

From Nickyanka!

Mumbai CST for Diwali:

Shubh Deepawali:

Sudarsan Pattnaik's Sand Art:

As we said, there are thousands of tweets going under the hashtags associated with Diwali on Twitter. And we are yet to see the evening Diwali party fever. We do not know what that has to unfold for us. But we are prepared to witness the madness and not miss any tweets that celebrate the festival of lights. Happy Diwali.